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The Pentagon Has the Worst PowerPoint Slides You’ve Ever Seen - Motherboard
"The Pentagon isn’t just America’s military brain—it’s also a vast bureaucracy filled with middle managers and that means it’s churning out lots of presentations. Bureaucratic presentations means PowerPoint, the universally loathed presentation software, and no one gives a shitty PowerPoint quite like the US military.

The Internet Archive—the site that catalogs the world’s digital detritus—has scooped up hundreds of publicly available military PowerPoints and preserved them for public consumption. The Archive calls it the Military Industrial PowerPoint Complex and it's as bad as you’d expect a mix of high technology, bloody wars, and banal graphics to be.

The Archive will be hosting a an event it calls Military PowerPoint Karaoke in San Francisco on March 6. Participants will take the stage to give a presentation based on military PowerPoint slides they’ve never seen, shuffled at random, and displayed behind them.

For those who can’t make it to San Francisco, allow me to show you some of the worst slides in the archive. Some of the presentations archived are outdated and offensive, others are painfully boring, all of them are garbage tier PowerPoint."
powerpoint  2018  design  military  us  pentagon  internetarchive  events  togo  militaryindustrialcomplex  communication  documents  archives 
february 2018 by robertogreco
The Sneakiest Way Prosecutors Get a Guilty Verdict: PowerPoint | WIRED
"In Washington state earlier this month, an appeals court threw out a murder conviction based on shoddy work by the defense. But the court also took the prosecutor to task for something even stranger: a bad PowerPoint presentation.

The prosecutor had dressed up her closing argument to the jury with a series of slides, complete with “sound effects and animation,” the appellate court wrote. On one slide, footprints materialized across the bottom of the screen. Other slides exhibited “concentric rings of a target,” with each ring corresponding to an item of evidence; the defendant’s name, Sergey Fedoruk, was in the bull’s-eye. The prosecution’s final slide, the pièce de résistance, opened with a header that said “Murder 2.” Then, under the header, a single word flashed, in all capital letters, in 96-point red type:


As the word flashed, the prosecutor told the jury: “The defendant is guilty, guilty, guilty.”

At least 10 times in the last two years, US courts have reversed a criminal conviction because prosecutors violated the rules of fair argument with PowerPoint. In even more cases, an appellate court has taken note of such misconduct while upholding the conviction anyway or while reversing on other grounds (as in the case of Sergey Fedoruk). Legal watchdogs have long asserted that prosecutors have plenty of ways to quietly put their thumb on the scales of justice —such as concealing exculpatory evidence, eliminating jury-pool members based on race, and so on. Now they can add another category: prosecution by PowerPoint. “It’s the classic ‘A picture is worth a thousand words,’” said Eric Broman, a Seattle attorney who focuses on criminal appeals. “Until the courts say where the boundaries are, prosecutors will continue to test the boundaries.”

Perhaps the most common misuse of what some legal scholars call “visual advocacy” is the emblazoning of the word “Guilty” across a defendant’s photo. Almost always the letters are red—the “color of blood and the color used to denote losses,” as one court wrote."
law  legal  powerpoint  justice  injustice  presentation  imagery  us  policy  prosecution  2014 
january 2015 by robertogreco
School of Global Art
"School of Global Art is on a journey to the cusp of a new era in learning, and we'd like to take you with us. We've speant that last several months hand picking the best in advanced course material and education technology, and now we're ready to share it with everyone.

School of Global Art provides a unique mix of online always-on resources with a real-world network of experts and professional, connecting you to the knowlege and skills that will empower you to learn, and to learn to learn.

We call this approach NetworkThetic Learning, a totalising concept of Education-as-Art-as-Education. At School of Global Art we see learning as a process of new connections, between people, ideas and art. The more connections we make, the stronger we are, nomatter the distance between us.

So come with us, as we discover how far, how long, and how hard we can go."
humor  education  arteducation  powerpoint  highereducation  businessspeak  learning  networkedlearning 
may 2013 by robertogreco
Anti Powerpoint Party
"…an international movement that is opened to proponents from all over the world without a membership fee."

The Problem: In some countries students and pupils are punished with a lower mark, if they give a presentation without PowerPoint*. Superiors are obliging their co-workers to use PowerPoint*. The fact is that the average PowerPoint* presentation creates boredom. The world is using PowerPoint* without knowing that the alternative flip-chart has a triple effect in 95% of the cases.

Our Goal: In the future, those in companies, congresses, universities, schools, who want to renounce PowerPoint*, should not have to justify themselves any longer. We do not want to abolish PowerPoint*; we only want to abolish the PowerPoint*-CONSTRAINT.

We want that the number of boring PowerPoint* presentations on the planet to decrease and the average presentation to become more exciting and more interesting. The solutions are there, but nobody pays attention to them."
powerpoint  activism  presentations  antipowerpointparty  from delicious
august 2011 by robertogreco
ZURB – How Design Teamwork Crushes Bureaucracy
"People who can’t communicate w/ each other get stuck making complicated ‘stuff’ to make up for it. Frustration turns into PowerPoints, complicated charts, & lots of meetings…requires layers upon layers of management to keep organized…weighs companies down…creates no direct value to customers. This is why there are so many lame products in the world. There’s not a wireframe or chart or design method that is going to save you if you can’t look your team members in the eye."

"Our teamwork made up for the lack of ‘stuff’ other companies would use because we:

Shared a clear goal that we all understood…Worked physically close to each other & stayed connected by IM and phone when we didn’t…Shared feedback w/ each other & from customers out in the open every day, which builds confidence in arguing & makes new conversations really easy to beginStayed together through thick and thin to build trust in one another"
teamwork  teams  administration  management  tcsnmy  toshare  bureaucracy  organizations  goals  purpose  community  communication  collegiality  feedback  constructivecriticism  argument  arguing  discussion  proximity  powerpoint  irrationalcomplexity  rules  control  missingthepoint  trust  2011  zurb  from delicious
july 2011 by robertogreco
Think before wiping that whiteboard -
"A few years ago, Intel, the US technology giant, permitted a couple of social anthropologists to explore its Seattle offices. The two researchers, Dawn Nafus and Ken Anderson, duly started observing the rituals of everyday life in Intel’s corporate “jungle”, in much the same way that anthropologists might study the social life of an Amazonian tribe, say, or a far-flung Indian village.

However, there was a twist; instead of simply looking at how Intel made products, or how the staff related to each other, Nafus and Anderson focused on Intel’s “project rooms” as their “field-site”. More specifically, they watched how different Intel employees and researchers (including other ethnographers) used whiteboards, colourful charts, photographs and graphs to convey company messages, stimulate debate – and “brainstorm” innovative ideas."
via:hrheingold  intel  observation  anthropology  howwework  innovation  whiteboards  postits  post-its  brainstorming  ideas  workspace  permanence  powerpoint  projectbasedlearning  projects  ethnography  2011  workspaces  pbl  from delicious
july 2011 by robertogreco
Luke's Commonplace Book ["Particularly disturbing is the introduction of the PowerPoint into schools."]
"Particularly disturbing is the introduction of the PowerPoint into schools. Instead of writing reports using sentences, children learn how to decorate client pitches and infomercials, which is better than encouraging children to smoke. Student PP exercises (as seen in teacher guides and in student work posted on the internet) typically shows 5 to 20 words and a piece of clip art on each slide in a presentation consisting of 3 to 6 slides - a total of perhaps 80 words (20 seconds of silent reading) for a week of work. Rather than being trained as mini-bureaucrats in the pitch culture, students would be better off if schools closed down on PP days and everyone went to the Exploratorium. Or wrote an illustrated essay explaining something." —Edward Tufte
edwardtufte  lukeneff  powerpoint  edtech  teaching  schools  learning  writing  experience  wastedtime  pitchculture  classideas  missedopportunities  from delicious
march 2011 by robertogreco
Exchange, edit and publish intelligent stories: Storyplanet
"What if some tool would let you drag and drop you way to an awesome interactive story without touching a single line of code? And what if you could share photos, video and audio with the worlds best storytellers to get the pieces missing for your project? And in the end you should be able to spread the story all over the internet, and make money from advertising and licensing.<br />
<br />
And so they build Storyplanet."
webtools  online  multimedia  slideshow  journalism  audio  video  powerpoint  interactive  collaboration  collaborative  content  photos  storytelling  storyplanet  classideas  onlinetoolkit  from delicious
august 2010 by robertogreco
russell davies: what I meant to say at lift - part two - big red buttons and sliding into glass
"Touch & screens...if it's all we do...we're going to be missing most of our bodies & senses. Presentations/PowerPoint are an example. Conference organisers & software/hardware makers seem determined to promote fantasy that slides control off stage, hidden, controller as small as possible...seem to be working towards an ideal state where slides are advanced by an inflection in speaker's mind. ...reinforces & is reinforced by, a particular school of talks which imagines them as exchange of minds facilitated by language, occasionally supported by imagery...such a waste, like taking talking head off telly & going to see it live... We should be thinking of all the things we can to make ourselves more to engage physically w/ our materials - our presentation, our slides. We should be performing PowerPoint not just showing it. You ought to be able to buy a PowerPoint Hero controller that gets you engaged the way Guitar Hero controller does."
performance  powerpoint  slides  senses  acting  engagement  speaking  talks  keynote  lift  russelldavies  howto  physicality  guitarhero  controllers  spectacle  tcsnmy  classideas  natal  presentations 
july 2010 by robertogreco
Near Future Laboratory » The Week Ending 050310
"Why little movies? Why small little films? Well — the rough thinking is to communicate differently to engage good folks who are perhaps optimized for being talked to via PowerPoint. *Death by PowerPoint, is what one might say. And *Death by CAD renderings. The death of the imagination. What we want are things that start conversations — a clever idea, something that compels a discussion and encourages a new way of doing what needs to be done. It’s also, despite the pain of production which presumably gets better with practice, quite a good way to think and design and not just a means of communication. The process of being forced to tell a small, momentary story about a thing or an experience — it gives you special language powers and new perspectives, and visual metaphors to help shape and smooth and refine the thinking. Clearly — it’s not just the film itself which is the outcome of all that work."
julianbleecker  film  video  communication  thinking  tcsnmy  powerpoint  presentations  storytelling  conversation  constraints 
march 2010 by robertogreco
Communication Nation: The design philosophy of the AK-47 - Dave's faves
"Don't design for a perfect world, because the world isn't perfect. Design simple things that are rugged, reliable, simple & easy to use; things that work even when conditions are chaotic; things that work even when they are mostly broken. ... Are there other examples I could have used to make my point? I am sure there are. But as a person who has spoken at many conferences, and also as a person who has sat through many polite-but-boring talks, I choose to make my points as dramatically, engagingly and entertainingly as possible. ... When I want to make an important point, I do it with drama, because that’s what people remember. There’s a reason that war movies are more popular than design documentaries. I would rather stir up a bit of controversy than subject an audience to slow, agonizing death with PowerPoint bullet points. And if you are speaking and I am in the audience, I hope you will do the same for me."
presentations  powerpoint  design  storytelling 
february 2010 by robertogreco
Ribbon Hero
"Ribbon Hero is a game for Word, PowerPoint, and Excel 2007 and 2010, designed to help you boost your Office skills and knowledge. Play games (aka "challenges"), score points, and compete with your friends while improving your productivity with Office. As a concept test, this add-in is not supported, but is an opportunity for you to try out an idea we are working on and let us know what you think. For additional challenges and the opportunity to earn more points, download Office 2010 Beta."

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office2007  ribbon  playfulness  education  microsoft  games  development  training  powerpoint  office  excel  play 
january 2010 by robertogreco
When Computers Leave Classrooms, So Does Boredom -
"discourage professors from using PowerPoint...often lean on [it] a crutch rather than using it as a creative tool. Class time should be reserved for discussion...especially now that students can download lectures online & find libraries of information on Web. When students reflect on college years later in life, they're going to remember challenging debates & talks with their professors. Lively interactions are what teaching is all about...but those give-and-takes are discouraged by preset collections of slides...The least boring teaching methods were found [via a survey of students] to be seminars, practical sessions & group discussions."...biggest resistance to Mr. Bowen's ideas has come from students...a few have been thrown off by the new system...used to being spoon-fed material that is going to be quote unquote on test...have been socialized to view educational process as essentially passive. The only way we're going to stop that is by radically refiguring the classroom"
education  presentations  powerpoint  teaching  academia  learning  engagement  discussion  seminars  interaction  lecture  technology  tcsnmy  lcproject 
july 2009 by robertogreco
Half an Hour: Whatever
"think...about the classroom itself. What does it say? It says learning is an information dump. We dump it from the stage. It says learning is scarce & hard to find, that's why you must come to the dumpage. It says, trust authority for information. And it says authorized information is beyond discussion. Trust authority & follow along...They say questions drive the learning. But we hear, "how many points is this worth?" "How many pages?" These are representations of the crisis of significance. We are missing things of importance...Instead of focusing on self, [Diana Degarmo] focused on the beauty of the audience & the whole event. And I allowed myself to do the same thing. I never let that leave me. I would start with that...with loving my students. & it's striking how much my teaching has changed in five years, as a result of that. It's basically about shifting from getting people to love you to you loving them. It has four parts: - caring - responsibility - respect - knowledge"
education  michaelwesch  teaching  learning  change  reform  universities  colleges  pedagogy  media  networks  powerpoint  engagement  trust  authority  responsibility  respect  knowledge  caring  tcsnmy  audience  love  culture 
july 2009 by robertogreco
View Poster - More Talk, Less Chalk: Lexically Sparse Slides Improve Recall of Taught Material
"Classroom use of presentation software, whereby information is simultaneously delivered verbally and visually, risks overloading students' working memory and impairing learning. We compared traditional and lexically-sparse slide presentations, using multiple-choice and short essay answers to assess learning; participants exposed to traditional slides performed significantly worse on their essay answers. "
presentations  powerpoint  learning  memory  cognitive  cognition  teaching  education  tutorials  slides 
june 2009 by robertogreco
Study: PowerPoint animations are comprehension killers - Ars Technica
"We've all sat through mind-numbing PowerPoint presentations, but presentation software appears to have established a permanent foothold in the classroom, so we might as well figure out how to use it properly. A study suggests that animations hinder, rather than help, comprehension."
teaching  learning  education  presentations  comprehension  powerpoint  animation  disconnect  research 
june 2009 by robertogreco
CharlieFinn - This is the hospital cart that I designed for our...
Russell: Take a look at this image that a student in my sixth grade class created for our class project. It was inspired by your PowerPoint sketch for Lyddle End 2050.
tcsnmy  collage  keynote  powerpoint  students  projectideas 
january 2009 by robertogreco
Presentation Zen: Is it finally time to ditch PowerPoint?
"So, is it finally time to ditch PowerPoint? Hardly, but it is long past time to ditch the use of the ubiquitous bulleted-list templates found in both PowerPoint and Keynote. And it’s long past time that we realized that putting the same information on a slide that is coming out of our mouths usually does not help — in fact usually hurts our message. Next time you plan a presentation, then, start by using a pencil and pad, a whiteboard, or a stick in the sand — anything except jumping headfirst into slideware on your computer with its templates, outlines, and content wizards that may point you down a path you wish not to go. And as you examine your work from previous talks remember this rule of thumb: if your presentation visuals taken in the aggregate (e.g., your “PowerPoint deck”) can be perfectly and completely understood without your narration, then it begs the question: why are you there?"
powerpoint  presentations  text  communication  howto  visualization  learning  technology  psychology 
december 2008 by robertogreco
Seth's Blog: Nine steps to Powerpoint magic
"Perhaps you've experienced it. You do a presentation and it works. It works! That's the reason we keep coming back for more, that's why so many of us spend more time building and giving presentations than almost anything else we do. Here are some steps to achieve this level of PPT nirvana (Your mileage may vary. These are steps, not rules): 1. Don't use Powerpoint at all. 2. Use your own font. 3. Tell the truth. 4. Pay by the word. 5. Get a remote. 6. Use a microphone. 7. Check to make sure you brought you big idea with you. 8. Too breathtaking to take notes. 9. Short! "
powerpoint  presentations  sethgodin  howto  communication  speaking  advice  tips  keynote  tutorial 
october 2008 by robertogreco
SlideRocket - The Best Online Presentation Software.
"Introducing SlideRocket. With professional authoring tools, intelligent asset management, market leading analytics and the new SlideRocket Marketplace, SlideRocket puts everything you need to make great presentations at your fingertips. Create and collaborate with your peers, integrate dynamic data, and share securely online or offline, with consistent results every time. SlideRocket redefines what presentations can do and what they can do for you."
sliderocket  onlinetoolkit  presentations  powerpoint  keynote  freeware  productivity  slides 
september 2008 by robertogreco
dy/dan » Geometry: The Supplement
"This supplement comprises 2,144 slides and 1.94 GB — a lot of a/v content, in other words, some of which I did not author and do not have explicit permission to republish. Sorry about that. Every respect has been paid to Fair Use. Every effort has been made at attribution.

Textbook assignments and certain diagrams, for example, reference Discovering Geometry, a very good Geometry text. The opener miscellany, for another example, is lifted from both Snapple® caps and Vital Statistics, a reference text which is just as good as Snapple® but in a different way. If you are a copyright holder (or know one) and I missed your attribution, please let me know via dan at mrmeyer dot com and we will make that right.

The rest is yours to use under a Creative Commons attribution-noncommercial-sharealike license. This supplement is provided as is. Your suggestions are welcome and appreciated but, due to time constraints, this is not a wiki."
geometry  education  curriculum  math  powerpoint  lessons  lectures  danmeyer  howto 
september 2008 by robertogreco
Geeks Make Public Presentations Fun Again - ReadWriteWeb
"same people building the attention-absorbing internet are experimenting with new methods to make public communication engaging again...Presentation Tennis: Collaborative Storytelling and Discussion...Powerpoint Karaoke...Ignite and Pecha Kucha"
collaboration  presentations  communication  classideas  engagement  teaching  powerpoint  pechakucha  education 
july 2008 by robertogreco
280 Slides [via:]
"280 North guys have released their very Keynote-esque presentation editor for the web. Have a play with it and especially check the key-commands and drag and drop support. The shape designer is also pretty nifty."
keynote  presentation  javascript  powerpoint  tools  onlinetoolkit  webapp  presentations  slideshow  online 
june 2008 by robertogreco
Read at Work
"Read At Work turns your desktop into a full screen, realistic PC looking desktop with folders, start button, recycle bin, the works. The kicker is the all the folders contain writings of famous authors and New Zealand locals."
reading  books  literature  subversion  desktop  ebooks  fiction  classics  applications  humor  simulations  satire  powerpoint  parody 
june 2008 by robertogreco
Chris Heathcote: anti-mega: abstract pointillist
"Presenting the abstract pointillist powerpoint toolkit. 20 slides that can be used for any presentation. Cut, paste, copy, crop the slides to create an abstract of your ideas that you can then talk to and through. WARNING: This is an ADVANCED powerpoint
abstraction  keynote  powerpoint  presentations  slides  statistics  chrisheathcote 
may 2008 by robertogreco
TeacherTube - How to create a great PowerPoint without breaking the law.
"A presentation from the eTech Ohio 2008 conference. The topics of the presentation are copyright law and how to create a great PowerPoint presentation."
copyright  design  flickr  legal  piracy  powerpoint  presentations  howto  law  tutorial  education  teaching 
april 2008 by robertogreco
Look Out PowerPoint - SlideRocket Rocks - 500 Beta Invites - ReadWriteWeb
"has everything you'd expect from a presentation app -- powerful slide and presentation authoring tools, pretty transitions and image and video manipulations and animations, charting and table creation, and the ability to import PowerPoint files"
online  powerpoint  presentation  web2.0  webapps  onlinetoolkit 
march 2008 by robertogreco
Applied Cognitive Science: How Cognitive Science Can Improve Your PowerPoint Presentations
"Jumping off from ideas he raises in his recent book, Clear and to the Point, Kosslyn explained that the four rules of PowerPoint are: The Goldilocks Rule, The Rudolph Rule, The Rule of Four, and the Birds of a Feather Rule. Here's how they work."
presentations  powerpoint  visualization  communication  cognitive  science  psychology  tips 
february 2008 by robertogreco
S5: A Simple Standards-Based Slide Show System
"S5 is a slide show format based entirely on XHTML, CSS, and JavaScript. With one file, you can run a complete slide show and have a printer-friendly version as well. The markup used for the slides is very simple, highly semantic, and completely accessibl
presentations  free  opensource  pdf  powerpoint  alternative  code  communication  speaking  tutorials  howto  slideshow  css  xhtml 
january 2008 by robertogreco
russell davies: reskilling for an age of things
"I suspect it's my unconscious telling me that I'm not equipped for the world we're going to be living in. My core skill is probably using PowerPoint to persuade people and businesses to do their advertising slightly differently. That's an increasingly ab
learning  skills  russelldavies  future  things  objects  make  diy  gardening  powerpoint  change  adaptation  parenting  soldering  fabrication  gamechanging 
january 2008 by robertogreco
How I made my presentations a little better | 43 Folders
"Anyhow, here’s what I’ve been learning so far, starting with the giants on whose shoulders I’d love to stand."
presentations  powerpoint  howto  publicspeaking  tutorials  keynote 
december 2007 by robertogreco
Chart Chooser
"Use the filters to find the right chart type for your needs. Then download as Excel or PowerPoint templates and insert your data."
charts  data  diagrams  infographics  graphs  generator  excel  downloads  free  productivity  presentations  powerpoint  visualization  statistics  tables  howto  math  online  utilities  templates 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Stop boring us with your crappy slideshows and watch Death By PowerPoint
"There was no medium more appropriate than a slide show for presentation consultant Alexei Kapterev to show us what and what not to do. Quick, painless, and eventually, less painful for the rest of the office!"
powerpoint  presentations  howto  rules  tutorials 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Coroflot - Coroflot's Creative Seeds Blog - 9 Tips for giving "a presentation that kills", by Carl Alviani
"1. You give the presentation, not your stuff. 2. Know who you're talking to. 3. Control the environment. 4. Don't talk so much. 5. Plan ahead. 6. One thing at a time. 7. Get it in a can. 8. Look the part. 9. Leave behind a good leave-behind."
publicspeaking  powerpoint  presentations  tips  howto 
october 2007 by robertogreco
russell davies: powerpoint as a toy for thought
"The Plenitude [book]...nice discussion of the problems and delights of creating 'stuff'...'Toy For Thought' made me realise what I'd love to see happen. I'd love someone to do to PowerPoint what the Wii did to Xbox and the Playstation. What might this me
presentations  powerpoint  keynote  physical  interactive  visualization  style  information  data  toys  play  performance  images  photography  interaction  wii  haptic  motion  senses 
september 2007 by robertogreco
Pecha Kucha: Get to the PowerPoint in 20 Slides Then Sit the Hell Down
"The duo — Dytham is British, Klein Italian — invented pecha-kucha four years ago to help revive a struggling performance space they owned."
pechakucha  japan  presentations  art  design  learning  teaching  education  creativity  communication  productivity  storytelling  powerpoint  japanese  howto  multimedia  process  conferences  conferenceplanning  eventplanning 
september 2007 by robertogreco
edublogs: On the leading edge: some ideas on managing huge technological change in education
"1. Anyone can know How, but you can only know Why by being In 2. Death by risk aversion? 3. Spread the word 4. Sustainable energy? (how particular initiatves can be developed without compromising the development of otheres in the surrounding environment,
schools  education  technology  organizations  administration  change  reform  sustainability  blogs  e-learning  pedagogy  lcproject  powerpoint  video 
july 2007 by robertogreco
powerpoint bad for brains - data visualization & visual design - information aesthetics
"research at the University of NSW, Sydney, Australia, claims the human brain processes & retains more information if it is digested in either its verbal or written form, but not both at the same time."
powerpoint  learning  information  visualization  visual  infographics  images  education  psychology  brain  cognition  research  cognitive  presentations 
april 2007 by robertogreco
VUVOX - Your Visual Voice
"VUVOX can enable you to create personal, collaborative & emotive expressions using your own digital media – including video, photos, music and text."
collaborative  mashup  media  video  photography  sharing  presentations  storytelling  tools  onlinetoolkit  social  visualization  narrative  online  powerpoint  youtube 
february 2007 by robertogreco
Savage Minds: Notes and Queries in Anthropology — A Group Blog » Technology in the Classroom: PowerPoint Alternatives
"I have found the possibilities for technology in the classroom to be tremendous, but I have...found PowerPoint...limiting...I would like to...share with you a PowerPoint alternative, and hopefully start a discussion where we can share ideas for other Pow
academia  anthropology  powerpoint  presentations  teaching  learning  schools  multimedia  html 
february 2007 by robertogreco
Presentation Zen
"Garr Reynold's blog on issues related to professional presentation design"
blogs  presentations  visual  powerpoint  design  howto  marketing  tips  tutorials  speech 
september 2006 by robertogreco
Dimdim: The world's free web conferencing company - Home
"Dimdim is the Open Source web conferencing company. With Dimdim you can show Presentations, Applications and Desktops to any other person over the internet. You can chat, show your webcam and talk with others in the meeting."
collaboration  online  opensource  software  tools  web  conferencing  presentations  broadcast  chat  video  utilities  media  powerpoint  communication  recording  services  social  free  share  e-learning  community  meetings  training  conferences 
august 2006 by robertogreco

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